Seung-hwan Oh has been expunged again.

Oh Seung-hwan was removed from the roster before KT’s ninth game of the season at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on April 18. This is the second time this season. Oh Seung-hwan was first dropped from the roster on the 4th, a day after his first start against Kiwoom on the 3rd.

Kim Si-hyun, who completed his military service, was called up in place of Oh Seung-hwan.

The move came after an unusual outburst against KT on April 16.

Oh was replaced by left-hander Lee Seung-hyun in the eighth inning after giving up two runs (one earned) on two hits. When he was replaced, he threw the ball far into the outfield and showed his frustration by punching and kicking his glove in the dugout. It was an unusual scene that had never been seen before in his 19-year professional career. Interpretations were divided. Some said it was self-pity for not being able to protect himself. Others saw it as a deliberate act to revitalize the team’s atmosphere as they faced the prospect of falling to the bottom of the table, something they had never experienced before during their losing streak.

In any case, the chief was desperate. But the team didn’t respond. In the end, Samsung lost the series 6-7 in the bottom of the ninth inning on a walk-off hit by Lee Ho-yeon. The next day, against Suwon KT, the team came from behind to lose 5-6, their fifth straight loss.

Samsung manager Park Jin-man explained the situation before KT’s ninth game of the season at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on the 18th. “We brought in Oh Seung-hwan in the eighth inning according to the opponent’s batting lineup. The plan was to bring in Lee Seung-hyun after the first three batters, when Oh Seung-hwan was hitting a strong Alford,” he said.토토사이트

“I had a meeting with Seung-hwan Oh yesterday. He told me that he acted on the spur of the moment when the team was down, and that he should have thought about the team. In fact, it can happen when you try hard and it doesn’t work out, but we have a lot of young players, so it’s something to think about,” he said. “I haven’t decided on a timeline, but I’m going to try to recover and prepare in the Futures League and if I’m ready, I’ll come back,” he said. Depending on the opponent’s lineup, I will share the eighth or ninth inning with Lee Seung-hyun.”

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